Tulsa Police arrested two suspects Wednesday morning during an undercover sex sting at a midtown motel.
It happened just before midnight Wednesday at the Tulsa Inn and Suites just east of Memorial along Interstate 44.
Police told KTUL.com the undercover operation targeted people soliciting prostitutes and sex over the Internet. Two of those were 24-year-old Destiny Niles and 24-year-old Clarence Holden.
According to the arrest report, an undercover officer made contact with Niles online where she had been advertising on a website a "half-hour massage session for 150 dollars."
When the officer arrived at the motel he met Niles who proceeded to give him a massage. A short time later, she asked him to flip over and proceeded to grab his penis, according to the police report.
Officers were able to locate Holden after a woman identified him as the individual who "keeps her money, car keys, credit card and threatened her physically."
Niles was arrested for prostitution and Holden on charges of pandering. Another individual was arrested for meth possession.
A witness told KTUL.com that he was one of nine people that police arrested in the incident to begin with. He said officers let seven of them go after questioning.